How does the dressing room feel? Happy, it has been a tough week with very complicated matches. This is the path we must follow, because we always talk about it being a year with many changes, we are recognizing Atlético from many years beyond who it is. It is the Atleti that we all want to see.Is it a booster for Anfield?We play on Sunday against Espanyol and we can only talk about the next game, that question does not make sense.Was the celebration of the match against Liverpool exaggerated?We came from a bad streak and the game ended, we thanked people for the victory and it is a moment of happiness, we must not give more ball or more foot, we must not give it more laps. We do not disrespect anyone, we won and were happy, nothing more. Every match that is won is to be happy. If they had won Liverpool they would have uploaded happy photos.They find the results.The requirement of Atlético to this day is the maximum, it is normal that there is this transition time, when many people leave it happens to everyone, we have also had many injuries. We would like to see how other teams would be in our conditions.How do you feel after overcoming the injury?Very calm and very happy for the job well done. I am always with the same humility and work. We have to rest and for the match against Espanyol and we have to continue working and winning matches to play such important matches as Liverpool.Would you like Monkey Burgos to follow?If something happens with Germán he will have to explain it, I am nobody to explain the situation of each one. He is an extraordinary type and it is he who must give explanations.Can Liverpool be a turning point?When people are healthy, today is the first game with almost everyone, except Lemar, it is important. The more players we are in, the more competition of the first team there is and it is the results that make you look at things differently.How do you see João Félix? He is a young boy, he has a lot of room for improvement. Many cracks have had to adapt to Atlético, it is not easy to adapt to Atlético. It has a lot of room for improvement. If João wants to, listen to the coach and his teammates, he will be the player we all want to see. He is not having luck with injuries, but I think that in the future we will end up seeing the player we want to see.Correa: “Winning Liverpool has given us a lot of confidence …”She’s in her best moment?Yes, I’m having a good time and I’m very happy about that and I hope to continue like this until the end of the season helping the team.What is that force that moves you across the field?The coach asks me to play in one position and then in another and try to do my best to help the team.After this great week the team has another pint.It was a very important week for us. We are very happy with the results we had and because almost all of the injured returned. We are all together to continue competing.After the summer that happened, did you think it would be so important?That is already in the past and all team players are important. We have to be prepared for when the coach needs us.After winning Liverpool, the ambitious team has been seen.That victory against Liverpool gave us motivation and strength and we are aware that we have to keep winning in the League to continue up there.In flash interviewbelt, author of a goal and an assistance in the comeback of Atletico, valued for the Movistar microphone + the team’s performance:Again decisive, with goal and assistance.It was very important for us to leave the 3 points at home, we knew the results that had been given and we are happy for the victory.From Liverpool you see a 100% Atleti.That triumph gave us a lot of confidence and a lot of strength to face what comes until the end of the season, we have to continue in that lineChampions celebration.Liverpool is the best team in the world, it was a year since I lost and it was an immense joy. Going there will be difficult, but that is still missing. We enjoy these games in the league while.Third in the classification.It is what we want, to be fighting up, we are happy with the result.
At a time where smuggling of contraband has peaked to its highest in recent days, Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan has given his word to increase the salaries of prison officers, in an effort to stamp out corruption in the prisons.The Minister gave this applauded assurance at a recent ceremony at the heels of comments emanating from the Director of Prisons, Gladwin Samuels. According to Samuels, prison officers are being disrespected.“For too long the prison officers have not been given the respect they deserve, while the present remuneration package which can do with some improvement, honourable Minister, I thank Almighty God daily for all the good purpose-driven officers in our midst who continue to work against all odds,” he said.When Minister Ramjattan took to the podium, he said he will make sure the issue of a proper remuneration for prison officers is raised with his fellow lawmakers in Parliament.“There is a lobby, yes we can do with a little bit more salaries, that’s a big lobby and I will behave like a politician here and say ‘yes I promise that will be done’. I must say that it’s (the prison service) probably the most difficult of jobs, especially in the context of salaries that you get. It is difficult…and rest assured, I will, I as Minister am going to make the lobby at the relevant places, Office of the Presidency and especially Minister of Finance, that we have a better day,” he said.His statements come at a time where only recently, the PSC raised concerns about the low wages being received by not only prison officers, but Police Officers in Guyana.According to that body, the low income being received by these Government workers, contributes to them participating in illicit acts to earn an extra dollar.It was recently reported that some 28 prison officers were dismissed after being involved in the smuggling of contraband at the various prisons. A number of illegal weapons and substances have been discovered in recent days.
“The Lions Club of Fort St. John began by donating 18 chairs, window treatment, LED accent lighting and an electronic photo frame,” a press release from the Legion Branch reads.There are currently six tables open for eight pictures of veterans on each, all of which will be black and white with the name of the veteran and the regiment they served printed underneath.Sponsorship at each table for companies cost $750 for a double logo table and $1,500 for a single logo table.- Advertisement -“Now as more people hear about the project and see the tables, the more they want the veteran in their family to be honoured on a tabletop,” the legion goes on to say. “The project has a waiting list (of) families who want their family veterans’ picture included.”The tables will be manufactured using “granicrete” with a decorative finish that will cover the pictures and logos to preserve them.If you’re interested in becoming a sponsor or if you have a family member you’d like to commemorate, contact Marilyn Hunter at 250 262 9627, the legion at 250 785 3917, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Advertisement The legion says the honoured veteran doesn’t necessarily need to be a resident of Fort St. John to be a part of the table project.
Police are asking for the public’s assistance to locate a missing 37-year-old male. Grande Prairie Rural RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance to locate 37-year-old Shaun Savard. Family members have not seen or heard from Shaun since August 6, 2015.All attempts to locate Savard have been unsuccessful. Police do not suspect foul play at this time but need to speak with him to ensure his well being. Savard is described as Aboriginal, black hair, brown eyes, 5’10, 200 lbs. (photo attached).RCMP are asking the public that if they have seen Savard, spoke to him or know of his whereabouts to please contact the Grande Prairie RCMP at 780-830-5701 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.- Advertisement –
Scotland will host the Republic of Ireland at Celtic Park on Friday in a Euro 2016 qualifier and former Tartan Army skipper Colin Hendry joined the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show ahead of the big game.Ahead of the Group D clash, Ireland are sitting second in the table, with Scotland three points behind them in fourth, and Hendry has warned the hosts must win to keep alive their qualification hopes.“It is a big, big match for us. Gordon Strachan is playing down the fact it is not a must-win game. Well for me, I think it really is,” he said.
1 Emmanuel Emenike It’s that time of year again! The January transfer window is open and the speculation is reaching fever pitch. You’ve probably seen your club linked with a number of players in recent days and weeks and here, our transfer expert, Jamie Sanderson, casts his eye over some of the hottest gossip and rates the chances of the moves happening.Emmanuel Emenike – Fenerbache to TottenhamSpurs want another striker and have been tracking the Nigerian international. The 27-year-old is keen on the move and a £7.8million bid has gone in. It’s all down to Fenerbache accepting now. (Chances of it happening: 9/10)Miralem Pjanic – Roma to LiverpoolPjanic is the man Liverpool want to replace Steven Gerrard, and they’re ready to make a concrete offer soon. The Italians don’t want to sell, but a bid from the Reds in the region of around £25million could be tough to refuse. (7/10)Ilkay Gundogan – Borussia Dortmund to ArsenalThe German international midfielder has rejected a new contract at Dortmund, and Arsenal want him. A last-ditch deal is on the table with the Bundesliga side to keen to keep hold of the 24-year-old, and the Gunners are now waiting to see what happens. Keep an eye on this deal. (5/10)Nemanja Vidic – Inter Milan to LiverpoolLiverpool are being offered Vidic by Inter, who are desperate to offload him after his move from Manchester United last summer failed to work out. Brendan Rodgers is not keen, but if a deal can be brokered wherby Inter continue to pay his wages, then this could yet happen. (3/10)Gareth Bale – Real Madrid to Manchester UnitedUnited are keen on the Welshman and have heard encouraging noises coming out of Madrid about the possibility they could cash in on the former Tottenham star. However, nothing will happen in January, so United are looking at other targets. (1/10)
L’Equipe’s Saturday magazine supplement even came with a front cover photo of crowds on the Champs-Elysees avenue. “See you tomorrow,” read the caption.Deschamps’ side are strongly fancied to win Sunday’s final but lessons from the recent past — including defeat to Portugal in the final of Euro 2016 — ensure they are not getting carried away ahead of the match in Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium.“To be honest with you, we are in our bubble,” said goalkeeper and captain Hugo Lloris.“Of course we know what’s happening in France, all the more so after seeing all the images after the Belgium game.“But tomorrow we will be coming up against opponents of great quality. They deserve to be in the final just as much as us. They have demonstrated their worth and that they have the physical and mental resources to go and win it.”Two years ago, France lost in the Euro 2016 final at home after beating world champions Germany in the semi-final.“At the Euro it was something new for the whole team. It is true that we experienced a great night at the Velodrome against the reigning world champions,” said Lloris.“But I don’t think it’s true that we got carried away, even if there was a lot of euphoria. And that was not the case after the Belgium game.”Deschamps, who was captain of the side that won the 1998 World Cup in France, also said the side were keeping their feet on the floor.“There is no euphoria. I don’t feel it anyway,” he said. “We are satisfied to be there, and we are aware that it is the biggest match of the year.”Most of the French squad in Russia were not even playing at Euro 2016, with Kylian Mbappe the symbol of the new generation that emerged following that disappointment.Mbappe tore apart Argentina in France’s 4-3 win in the last 16 in Russia, before they proved too strong for Uruguay in the quarter-finals and Belgium in the last four.“Today’s squad is different. Fourteen of them were not there at the Euros. There is less experience, but there is quality,” said Deschamps, who is wary of a Croatian side led by the brilliant Luka Modric.“Croatia’s players have gained experience with their clubs, and they have been playing together for a while.“But in practically all of our matches since the competition began we have been faced with this idea that our opponents have more experience.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris speaks to the press at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow © AFP / FRANCK FIFEMOSCOW, Russian Federation, Jul 14 – France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris said the World Cup favourites are shutting out the mounting excitement at home as they focus on one final push against Croatia.Tens of thousands of people flooded the streets of Paris following Tuesday’s semi-final win over Belgium and confidence is high that Didier Deschamps’ team can match the achievement of the 1998 winners.
NEW YORK – A retired, 34-year-old New York City police detective who spent hundreds of hours searching for Sept. 11 victims at ground zero has died of a respiratory disease related to the cleanup, union officials said. James Zadroga is believed to be the first emergency responder to die as a result of exposure to World Trade Center dust and debris, said Michael Palladino, president of the Detectives’ Endowment Association. “Unfortunately, I do not think he is going to be the last,” Palladino said Saturday. Zadroga died Thursday at his home in Little Egg Harbor, N.J., officials said. Results of an autopsy were pending. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson Zadroga had developed black lung disease and mercury on the brain as a result of working at ground zero, Palladino said. Palladino said Zadroga had worked up to 16 hours a day in rescue and recovery efforts the first month after the Sept. 11, 2001, collapse of the trade center towers. He developed shortness of breath and other respiratory problems in the months after the attacks, and retired on disability in 2004. A majority of residents and ground zero workers tracked by several different registries monitoring the participants’ health have reported worsening respiratory problems in the years since the attacks. Zadroga, a 13-year veteran of the force, had a 4-year-old daughter. His wife died of cancer in late 2004, Palladino said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Green Leafy Gael food blogger Ms McColgan with Sprout TreeFEATURE:With many of us thinking about starting some christmas shopping, one Raphoe man has been planning it since March. You see John Graham is a man who loves Brussel Sprouts, growing them that is.John is the second generation of his family to grow sprouts commercially on the family farm in Ballyholey, near Raphoe. Some Ballyholey sprouts“We start sowing seed in March and then plant the young plants outside around May”, John goes on to explain, “This year has been a challenge to get them them going, especially early in the summer when it was cold, the growth was slow, but they’ve ripened up now and are looking good”, John laughing adds “We don’t do any spraying with them, once they’re planted its survive or be ploughed in!”John grows around 2 acres of Sprouts which he sells into the wholesale market and through the Ballyholey Farm Shop and at his popular stall at the Letterkenny Artisan MarketHe has admitted surprise that already people are buying them.“We chopped a few trees [name given to the entire plant] and just had them on display the other week at the market just to say to folks that we’d have them ready for christmas, and they sold right away and already we’re selling around 25kg of sprouts per week at the Market and another 25kg in the shop” John puts this down to the move towards seasonal foods among celebrity chefs and this in turn is encouraging house old cooks to think seasonal, and traditionally sprouts were an early winter staple food, which sadly for many, turned into a once a year culinary disaster.“Soggy sprouts sadly is what many folks grew up with, but when you go to a restaurant and you get sprouts fried with bacon and butter you realise what a tasty veg they are” adds John.John adds “Folks are so puzzled when they see the Sprout Tree, many don’t realise that’s how they grow, so we even put a video on our youtube channel of me picking sprouts”So the question is…..Do you love or dread the though of Sprouts for christmas???Link to Youtube clip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Iy-A9cg5rs Planting Sprouts way back in MayMEET THE RAPHOE MAN ALREADY ‘SPROUTING’ ABOUT CHRISTMAS! was last modified: November 10th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:donegalRaphoesprouts
District Court Judge Paul Kelly led the tributes to outgoing Circuit Court Judge John O’Hagan who presided over matters in Letterkenny Circuit Court for the final time today.Judge O’Hagan, a native of County Louth, has been Circuit Court Judge for the Northern Territory for 11 years, but is now to retire. “He has served the people of Donegal, without fear, favour, bias or ill will,” Judge Kelly said.“I am quite sure where we erred, John corrected us or where we were unduly harsh he extended the hand of mercy.“He dealt with them with fairness, humour, compassion and, always, dignity.“Legal expertise, life experience, common sense, practicality, firmness, decisiveness, empathy, hard work and good honour are the qualities of a good Judge. He will be missed by all the legal community.”Judge Kelly said he first met Judge O’Hagan in April 2011 and described his colleague as a ‘genial, smiling and friendly man’.Judge Kelly said Judge O’Hagan should as if he was on a lap of honour ‘like aTaoiseach, who announced his retirement but did not give a date!’Judge Kelly commended Judge O’Hagan on how he dealt with ‘issues of overcrowding, long lists, late sittings and harrowing cases’ and wished him well now in his motorcycling, caravanning, sailing and time with his family.The County Registrar, Geraldine O’Connor, said Judge O’Hagan had been ‘a dedicated, hard-working judge of great ability.’She said: “He has always been most helpful and insightful when we sought advice. The pressure of the list and the volume of business is considerable but he isn’t afraid of long hours and extra days. Int is a magnificent tribe that arrears are much reduced.”Criminal jury trials have been reduced from 180 to 50, the civil list has dropped from 400 to 200 and the family law list been reduced from 140 to 50 in Judge O’Hagan’s time.Mr Damien Crawford BL, on behalf of the Bar, said it was a ‘turning of an era’.“Not only are we about to change judge, but we are about to leave this building to go to a new building,” he said.“I remember when we were here with a stone floor and with acoustics that no-one could hear. Myself and Mr (Peter) Nolan (BL) remember those days and the odd rodent – and that was only his clients!“Judge O’Hagan has done more than a service to Donegal and has been an essential feature of the management of the people of the area.“The amount of energy that is expended, I don’t think people actually appreciate it. Practitioners were below yesterday bushed, but Judge O’Hagan death with the cumulative work of all of the cases. He has shown tremendous dedication to the public service and will be greatly missed. We are losing one of the best judges ever on this circuit. You might have worn out this building but you’ll never wear out your welcome.”Judge O’Hagan has compiled a photo montage to adorn the new courthouse on the High Road in Letterkenny.The outgoing Judge paid tribute the legal personnel, the courts staff, the Gardai, probation service, prison officers and the press.He paid particular thanks to his colleagues Judge Kilraine and Judge Kelly.He said: “A lot of people don’t realise the hard work the District Court does. It is the first port of call for the ordinary citizen on the street. It is the first experience that the citizen has of court. It is a tremendous court of common sense. I often say that the District Court and Circuit Court are the peoples’ courts. They are for the people and for the citizens.“I hope that we have sent various messages to the community that there are certain things that you just don’t do.”‘Turning of a new era’ as Circuit Court Judge rises for the last time in Letterkenny was last modified: July 1st, 2017 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:JUdge John O’Hagan